Prototyping the Jigsaw for the Socially Dynamic Organisation

It’s the end of a long day: i’ve been facilitating a group of senior leaders, exploring Social Leadership, Innovation, and Change. Which is another way of saying that i feel too tired to write. But part of #WorkingOutLoud is to be unafraid to share something short, just in the moment. And today, i’ll do that, and share this photo of a new jigsaw i prototyped today. It’s built out of the work on the Socially Dynamic Organisation, and it’s a jigsaw that can be used in groups to explore the ‘Dynamic Tension’.

Jigsaw for Socially Dynamic Organisation

I used it to provide some constrained structure around the group work, and it seemed to work well. Later this week i will share some of the different ‘jigsaws’ that the groups created, and reflect on how i can evolve the model further. Below is my original sketch on ‘Organisational Design Principles’ that this jigsaw is based upon.

Sketching the Socially Dynamic Organisation

About julianstodd

Author, Artist, Researcher, and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the context of the Social Age and the intersection of formal and social systems.
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2 Responses to Prototyping the Jigsaw for the Socially Dynamic Organisation

  1. Pingback: The Social Leadership Game: Reflections on the Prototype | Julian Stodd's Learning Blog

  2. Pingback: Domain to Dynamic [Pt 5]: the Organisation as Story and Belief | Julian Stodd's Learning Blog

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